The solid organ transplant program has come a long way since its start nearly 50 years ago, when Dr. Paul Conrad Peters successfully completed the first kidney transplant in Texas. Read More
When she’s not traveling across the United States, Ms. Mitchell stays put. For more than 45 years, she’s been a Housekeeping Attendant at St. Paul University Hospital. Read More
Ms. Kaiser has been assisting transplant patients since the heart program was launched by UT Southwestern Medical Center at St. Paul Hospital in 1988. Read More
Linda Ahrens has seen a lot of changes since she started her career at the former St. Paul Hospital in 1972. The changes mainly concern the patients, she said. Read More
Mrs. Harris began working at the old St. Paul Hospital in 1977, while still a nursing student at Texas Woman’s University. In 35 years she has never left women’s services, though she has held different nursing positions and worked various shifts. Read More
Most talk about the new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital focuses on the amenities the hospital will have, but Mary Harrison is also enthusiastic about what it will lack: carpet. Read More
Wanda Saddler’s early experiences as an employee at UT Southwestern Medical Center involved a building that’s no longer standing and a staff optometrist she still calls a friend. Read More
For 35 years, Mr. Moreno has worked as a hospital lab technician, a job that suits him perfectly. He can’t imagine doing anything else. Read More
You can catch up with Teresa Salas most any day, right after she finishes her cashier shift in the cafeteria at St. Paul University Hospital. She’ll be there, surrounded by co-workers who call her Mother Teresa, or Sweetie, or Little T. Read More
If Patricia Ellisor has her way, she’ll be known as the employee who never retired. With 35 years of working for the University of Texas System, she’s certainly on her way to achieving that goal. Read More
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